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rClU.IHMK.) tVUlt lUTt !Y At KYbTAI, KAI.LH.IKON COUNTY. Mil III'JAN s 11 Caution O. nCIAL PAPER OF IRON COUNTY, CRYSTAL FALLS TOWNSHIP AND CITY OF CRYSTAL TALIS. Ternm; Sl'.OO )vt year, in advance SATURDAY. JULY lit.. 1'J"!!. VII 4 Ale STATE. Governor Aaron T. Blis. Lieutenant (Governor Mi'iitland. Secretary of State Fred M. Warner. State Treasurer Daniel Mck'oy. Auditor Terry F. Pwer. Attorney Cleneral Cnarles A. Blair. Commissioner of the Stat" L:v.d OMee-Krhvin A. Wildey. S n perin ten den t of Public In- struetion Delos A. Fall. Members of tl.e Hoard of Hduea lion Pat rid: H. Kelly and L. L. Wri'-M. It lis lu-tHllt'hK, itrbapn, to can tion onle npiiCKt cBiutf iw puro toilt and Iw.th oaj.K. No one nwa nariniol noapH willingly, but inany cee the nu wittingly. Yon ar rioet apt to tfft ritit Hoaps at a rtdiabla dintf atom -fur iDstanre yon nevrr in yo-ir lifa saw a lit of trwi ti'niH castile Koap 1 1 any where, but at drGr ton". V.V are ..af.hji! of cra; m tills v:nuer 01 pnruy, aim I warrantee, the (".a)tv of every j f.oap we wdl. CI prfon you I are nho "ire of. ij. C. Wilkinson, ! City Urunjjjit. COUNTY Sberill' Herman Holm-. Clerk - John V.V.I. Tn-aMii John rl. M' (iiilis. I DETACH AT J 1A LA TAX. IV.. d. Th mi;--, PRISON TItOVDLE SETTLED The troubles at the Marqnettte prlnon were brought to a head lat week when the board of vontrol aitajDe4 trie action of Warden Freeman in removing Deputy Aloher. There ha teen friction tetween thene two wen for over a year an3 an optm ruiture occurred last winter when charges were went to the late (ioverener Pinper and to the Detroir pat. accusing FreemaD of various iniidemeauore in orlli-e. Tne matter was lifted by a committee of memters of the state hriblature laht winter with no definite result a far as quieting the fued between the warden and nis deputy was uncerned. Tne board tried to stop the quarrel and appealed to loth member interested to make up for the gDod of the institution and thev a number of meddlers go. This quieted matter for a time but oou the Mjiht whs iviiiiL' (.11 r.ierrilv a- ever. Tbn the board resolved oil a course that will ultiiutately bring harmony and gool management to the invitation aain ; they devided to trt rid of all oonierxie 1. Warden Fryman was very considerate in tiie matter and jdiiced Lis reii:ati'ri in the hands -f the "board nat Mo-b-r refund to juit so a sj.eoial meeting ! tne b itrd was held t ) give iiim a i.T.iin 'e ?i-nv :n: why he ;:o"iH not be fired. fail-d t LM:tke l -'I' !!.: Igll ''H - and til" board i-uvt'iin-d ! priOFOSALS FUH WATER-WORKS. Scaled rropcuilH will le received by the board of rablic works of the City of CrjEtal Falls, Michigan cntil 8 :00 o'clock p. m. July, '3. 1U02, for all Iator and materii and confitructing ac- complete f)tem of waterworks, ap- proximaUly as follows t two turbine water wheels, thaf ting floor stands,' pulleys, clutches, etc. ; One 500 gallon triplex power pump ; about 75 tons of inch cast iron water pi ; tteel stand pil 16 x 40, with masonry foundation ; brick power station . with concrete masonry foundation and con crete masonry dam, bead gates etc. All projionals must be made on blank forms to be furnished by the engineer, flans and specifications may be seen at the oftice of the secretary f the board or of the consulting engineer, room K'os Fisher building, Chicago, 111. Rids will be, received on each division of the work or on the com pleted plant. With each old must U cent in a certified check for five percent of the amount of the bid. A bond (if fifty per cent f contract will be required of the contractor. Time will be an e-feutial feature of the contract. The board reserve the right to rej..--t any or all bid. Robert 'I'liiri-i, .-' (.!"' v.iy. Ci:a-. F. Stnrb'vaut, ( '.ij'ilting RnL'it.'-er. nji lug rum. Preoeeutirtr Attonvy 11. Yatou. tfl.l'KtCI' Of 'V'VIN Koers. Coroner'.Y. l. Davison. P. N. MineUI'M. A. 1). C'ue.r'es , t i . -.v.rdi-Mr. n'i ii-1; vi bi rr r ; v.'.i ;i .':" 1 enrly in ti:e :.;-. iit: s at Halafstr. o.-'"':-r f was detained .1 :a ).-l-r --ur- his f ,r- ft ' ) v.- h iv t b-! ut. M ..:nt-ii:i. a:vl air f t t:i of"' Ward e:i 1,. w -. ?h '..l Iv ''li' rre'-m ;: w-ird"'.! C.utin. "i .1-; .he d ..:i M I Monest Goods for I Little Money. As ftn iDdccement to move rdl the goods 'M we can before Jan. 1st we quote you the following prices. We d?n't consider V these X cd as presents to you but honest poods at less money than you can pos sibly buy them elsevvhere. Iron beds . .$2.50 to..$27.0 & m Mattresses 10 qio.uu m Fancy Kockers . .$1.75 up. W m4 Cobler Seats $2.50, $2.75, $30; M (fo Couches $4.75 to $18.00 M Children's Koekers 35c, COc. 75c up. g A SL'O.OO side board for Mo.MJ Ye will sell what Sleighs we have at less that ;; value. L. A. HENRY- v in :is- .f Iron ! d'-p ity 1 - d::tbl Tn i :.,,-. thr.r CONGRESSIONAL 11. Olin You::-. LinsLATi vk ct vi:nt k n. A Republican .'r.v:itio:i for ?.h Iron Rpre-?!iUtiV' district : hereby -alle.l t.) meet at tii-' town hall in the village of L' An-, on Tuesday, Angu. Mh A. I). 10'''.', at two o'cloc k p. m. to fr; t'.iat -i.it a ciur-' Mr. Th .1.1; - .11 biy t::at Vit ; :r:i:::j 1 with a tick-t tiirougij to Crv-Ml FaliH a .-id !i" :;:'.ertand '.vi:y ti.e Kd i!ouM bo d- tainel. Mr. Tho.Mt- m i- mid viil -nd no :a 11 v but ii ?! " n-l'terat: a--.-:.ie.l w.ta f ." ward-;i : witij ditr.-.;K ii b; ;t-i " liar e: at h l.-u a URONCIIITIS Vjll TWRNTY YKAIJs Mr-.. Minerva Smith, of Danvil!". I!!., writer: ! had bronchitis for fwentv vears and never gr reli.d' until 's H T;ev and Tr wh - Cole's I'liaunacv. hA 1 W Where do vou I ll-ed l'ol "...J ;i iM II" A MAN LIU T" Y(ll' r"'0 Trade ? ? ? oii'Il (all Iie'.V oil il ted. y. ung : iie Will s-e vt'.y. V.: it that. m is not re. ilalafax lid b t by Moni r-r-onallv a 1 :j. This is a . d- d by -.ur v-a : bringing I S it irdav i clieape A MIDNM'tUT ilLA'i: : ;n tri- 1 ;i;i!er l tll.l". 1 11 !'' I; ejje I TO iru LT, s:nl' war":: vi -s be I vv 1 Jil'e.wi to the 1 Northwestern : We have b j Tiiere was .1 " ' of Tiionns ay : niirht that, for rid 1 deri' Mh all o: !-J ( th" track a::d po-.jbly rs I territory ing ao )v tl ,i" other f-alve. ointni'Uit, alleged healer is as g-.ul Arnica Salve, tell him t marvelous cures ? 11 d N. Corns. Feoli.s, and and i And : lot ion, 1 a'j.mc :ieu thirty year i Files. IVir:.- I I'lcers. Ci;t.s. S -aid--. Drni-es vard skin liruiiti ris rr .V" it's the best Why d;ii't oti !uy yotir Ilauhvaie where you can al':t:; .v,ct tbem at riht prices. The M Crystal falls Jiarduare Company, V 91 n.s at .1. '. Wilkin-on M imite o'ir attention to their complete line of - notici:. n empl' ived t'. act a- nuiaii'i'.te a canoi'lare r, 0 nsnwia paid district in : .fab Legislature and to tran-aet ::ch other business as may be .Nvally iir-ugiit before it. Tha counties in tii" disti jer, are en titled to representation as follows: LarHga Crmty delegates Iroa County J) .!-degat-s Keweenaw crinty -l ates Ontonagon eou'ity ' 7 dele-ates of To'al U:J M. U. Mciee, Secretary and acting c'.iairnian the Legislative e mniitte-. The ee.wtorial convention for district will be called in the near 'nre, probably at MnnNing. ?dike M iriarity will b tl.e senator from tiiis district. Hi- delegation put up a -'fvat tight for the .Marquette county La in, and v will recijircate. That'i a feature of our paiti'orm. ' Iron Or-. (.'a:;tar.i H v'-es an I Frank Timmp- .11 a:-' : y getting iu t.hejr hay tlii week a-.d tney have a tin" crop, to . Captain C:v.. Hughes is th pos-. .r of a tine New Fo-.ndland dog. wiiicii lie claims :'s the. t-t i its kind in the co'inty. Miss K lit Ji tiill. one of Ama-n's popular young ladies, is now behind the counters in the H. F. Chritens-m dry g 1 ids departi.'i'Mit of their stole. Miss i'i'sie slaekon is the name of th" Yoirv ladv that has taken I Mr. Wan :in.-.t "i'm place l-hind the I desk in th 11. V. Cnrisf ensou store, tnis ,S!ie c l.ies from Manvva and is a fut-, daughter of th gentleman that re cently purchased the property of Mr. Warmii-gtou in this village. Mr-. S.iVory returned to her home alter a two week's visit with her brother an 1 sister. Cha. and Carri' Kxtrum. Mike Kevmau 0:1 the -ick list, tiliv Week. Tn- Lvli-s Aid indulged in a hay rack Mitv 1 W Monday, Mrs. C. K. Lawrence being trie i:nste-s. The er j yards, j known. dr.e to 1 : llo'Jse by a keg r th" The origin -.f the tire is not j Attorneys for the Trustees (,f the Mil cit it- tiiought that it wasjjtury IJad Land- belonging to the gar -taiui'- left in tlie ware-1. y,.r I'.stat" to protecet said land iig loafers or cele!;rants who had , ainst tiest.ass and tulliage. The prompt anko 1 1 ,1 11 11 1 tm i 'at ion tons of miv mtorma- y Jiaraware Stoves and Ranges (general JYlilling Supplies, Stc. &tc. b-er then Mr. 11 It liiks very much ts it a concerted effort will be made on the part the oi! d uainaut faction in the Republi can party in Wisconsin to down Senator . ladies were t'lkn to Sunderl.mds lake John C. Sr.o luer. and from the fa t : where ti that LaFollctt so succssfullv doin icate 1 t party in tiie state c.uven tion, it eyiiH probable that he will snore' 1 jn shelving Mr. Spouiier. This news will be 4 source of great regret t tin Republicans of this country. Spooler is high in the couns-!s of the nation and he has proved himdf valuable in these trying hours of transition, when a steady haul an 1 a jber head is neede I to st-er theprop -r course. Mr. Hpoon-T is placed in y-opardy through facti eial strife in his solely find not from any sense of dis satisfaction with his work and this fact iTikes the probability of his retiivm'.'!i? all the m r regrettable. A MAS A NOTES. FINNISH IMCNIC. Tom irro.v will !x a gala day for Arn-n: the biggest day since the ten year anniversary of a year ago. The envision is the picnic of the Finnish Temperance societies of the county, mi iK-nual affair. Last, year the picnic v p'vi.iced for tiie day. Dr. M dJ nn-y s mother is her visiting with him. j Mrs. L. Lawrence and Mrs. Lram 1 ley, mother and sister respectively j of Superintendent ('has L Lawrence ! is here on a visit. i (inst ik-utula is building a boue .,11 his farm. Jacob Crupatch and Joe Lech re turned from their Vulcan trip. Mr. Sweet is at the Hemlock making a survey of the underground workings for M. Cony, on" of tie fee owners who js also interested in the nil- joining property. He is being assisted in theVvork by Mr. Dii-knison, the company's sui v.'V -r . Ivor Is n was a business visitor at tin- Falls vesb-rday. iu-t Kilgren. tiie varpenter at the Heiid'x k, is at the Vivian mine this week doing s ane work. Miss Anna Fivli' k is in Milwaukee this week visiting friends. made a tour of the yard about 11 ' and found everything o. 1:. About U' the ire v.-a- di--overed and it had then gained great headway. There was a lot of dry lumber in th" .sheds which igniter! like so Much tinder and the fir.-t intimation that the j people had ot a Pre in the city was j wh"n the whole building was en j compassed in a blaze that lit up tiie (entire lower part of the city. 1) lnh ! Miesjer hapjend to be near the tire hall and he turned in the alarm that brought the p:o;,ie out of thiir beds The fire men responded and as s ion as pos sible, tw. streams were p'aving on th" lbimes. It was seen at the oat set that it would he impossible to save th" warehouse and attention was turned to keeping the tlames fp.m spreading to the adjoining buildings. In this tii" boys w-T' s ..:'ul and w i 1 j 1 it becalm an a eunli-iicd fact the streams were turn" I on the burn ing lumber. They wue h v 01 ch-cked and, about .':)), m eters had b , ne so favorable that. No. 1 iw vas excis-d and No. kept on duty th" balance of the night to guard against, a lew outbreak. Several box cars caught lire from spark and they were pushed up within reaching distii i '-of tne stream and the tire so jti extinguished. The loss amouutel r( nhout ooi) with no insurance. .... -m. - i'l.CMATCUH. The it.-m that appeared in anotner jtaper !' tii" city relative to the plans of the Crystal Fails Woodcnware com pany was wholly wrong and premature. There are some negotiations going on Willi Mr. Lu"'is but. nothing definite has resulted. In tim the people of th" citv will be acquainted with the fa fs in the case. tion as to tresjpss on be esteemed a ravor. -aid lands will Gi ve its y AC :'A Lt t us, show you e arc t K.ICHT. R-crnem-' her Ihc PLACU Fldridge Miller. Marquette, Mich. 1 CRYSTAL FALLS HARDWS CO. . O. WEDU. ftgr. MATT. HURJA, .Dealer in:- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRESH & SMOKED MEATS, CROCKERY GLASSWARE and MINERS' SUPPLIES. John Mason was at the Falls a couple of davs this Week. (Vlvhl lid lltl.l 1.I',.V...1 .... . . . . 1 ' ' ...... 1- deo. Uairouglils uti and atiout again to be a far larger alfair than was sup- ,lf. ,. , , ... ;n,,., pos.-d it would be. This year's meet- . ing is crtain t-. be more largely CI! .MILKY S At "NT AND JAN 11 ntt' iidi d then the .uie a year ago as tlie j.d a ri h Itarv-st. from nvmbersidii of tlie ord.T has great 1 y t ux .5 i, :m lr s' -1 and the ecursioii tjain -,.r. th. ir a i li' ii ' -s bv in f" had tin- vear whereas l i Crystal Falls, Mich. incp Vic" ye.;r ma 1 tei 1; ir 1 nrj 1 1 v. ft 1 '" 11. T op; itn. 1 .. , , J a a". -uch arang'-m-oits could ! ,m ueiifies that are taking a part in 1 he a'fair ! i.t 1 v--tal FalU ."-tai o ! ;:-ui -'"cod ro.o th"V ba o!" si.ip. A :; '-id '..-ill . a Y-r ;1 I'.i!!-' in ' '." ea,l c f- i.'ir -,:t, ov( r 1 - :: c, .ae tt S" Mils t !l looie wi il b 11 bv Fog bv ti.e wav. "A first p: 1 1--i at tie- Slt-iud Loud' r. .vi re if f; id ; j, 1 '111 of i ' 1! : . . .1? -. 1 1 va-: 1 t !; s . IS ,1 Til .' ivt hig : ! ; 1 ' i ' , : iv 1 t , 1 in ANN AKIiOlt C0.MIN1. i'resident A'diley, of the Ann Arbor 1'y. , was in M"jiominee Saturdav in his privat car. From M 'nominee he vvetit up over the Wisconsin A; Michi gan Uy., in company with Agent Allism. of Menominee. Tlie Ann Arbor is part of the Wabash svsteni tl' 'W. To a newspaper man. Mr. A-hly gave out the information that Id-. t jcouipany oufempIates buying the tli'dr Wisciid-n .V Michi-MM Ity.. an 1 Ids itainly took trip was f ,r the pmpo-' of in.r-r-i in mn. There it with that, obje -t jn view. H" said ,'inish to c(!fdic; ! th it if th" Ann Arbor intended to -ii authors. An I, i ''on? i ir:e t:i" .Menaoiti-e .ip ferry Wis- Woman" wasi toi'e 1! would have t- IS THE Hacve A Drink ! ! This is the most Popular expression that is nowada) s used. When you accept lo 'It as to quality. Famous 1 1 r ; 1 1 1 1 1 s ol ALES AND LAGER ami there will be no question to ask. you ever question yon Lb ink Leb-en ' Heue re. ic'irklin. J Mvio-atlrm, Leisen &. Henes. Jacob Bauer, At. TIME! J. A. 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